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Old 03-27-2018, 01:21 AM #1
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Eibach Pro-truck lift

I did an advanced search to see if anyone else has used this kit but all I found was this thread which is a different kit than what I was thinking of installing. The it I am interested in is https://wheelersoffroad.com/i-312492...tegory:1389064

Any info from anyone that has used this kit would be greatly apprec
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I have the Eibach coils with my Toytec kit and Bilstein shocks. They are probably the best coils I've ever had on any 4x4 I've owned.
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Bump... anyone else have experience with these?
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+2.75" front and +1" rear seems a bit strange. It's going to be butt sagging pretty good like that.
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That's what I thought also and was hoping someone else had them to chime in, maybe they are adjustable?
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I googled "Eibach pro truck", yielded a taco and a tundra install, mentioned they are adjustable shocks like bilsteins. What I like is the Eibach appear to have alloy spring seats?? so it won't rust, like the spring seat that comes with the old bilstein 5100 part numb. I also checked Toytec website, indicates they can be adj from 0, .07, 1.4 and 2.5 in front lift height. If it comes with matching eibach springs for the rear, I think that's a good deal for a suspension upgrade
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Check this out if they are the same shocks
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I am also interested to get more reviews and opinions on this kit. I was planning on doing the Toytec 3" with Bilsteins and then noticed this kit. The height is 2.75 front vs 3 and 1 in rear vs 2 and the Eibach doesn't come with a diff drop, but that could be ordered separately. Does anyone have any pictures of this kit? Seems like Eibach components usually gets pretty good reviews and this kit is priced pretty decent. Thoughts?


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I don't have their fronts but I did use their rear springs with one OME 10mm trim pack. It gave me about 1.25 of lift and rides very nice on freeways. I have yet to trail run it, kinda tough living in Houston we have to go 4 to 6 hours out. It rides well with better response and firmer, not stiff but more soft like stock springs but not sure how much the 5160 helped benefited it. My goal was to level my 4R with a .5" rake and I was able to achieve that with my front setup. I got them from tire rack for $145 shipped.
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Iím curious about these too. Shock Warehouse has the stage 1 kit for 650 delivered, kind of hard to beat that but if the rear sags with any weight itís not really worth it.
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I just had this lift installed on my 2015 TEP last week. Little high in the front, but not bad. I'm hoping it will settle some
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I just had this lift installed on my 2015 TEP last week. Little high in the front, but not bad. I'm hoping it will settle some
Do you have pictures yet?
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I am also interested to get more reviews and opinions on this kit. I was planning on doing the Toytec 3" with Bilsteins and then noticed this kit. The height is 2.75 front vs 3 and 1 in rear vs 2 and the Eibach doesn't come with a diff drop, but that could be ordered separately. Does anyone have any pictures of this kit? Seems like Eibach components usually gets pretty good reviews and this kit is priced pretty decent. Thoughts?





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I put this set up on a few weeks ago, am Iím very happy with it. Iíll write a full review of it as soon as I have some time to get pictures together. Itís a pretty new system to the market, but itís a well known company and someone has to be the first to jump in the pool!

I feel as though it rides better then stock. Iíve heard a lot of complaints about 5100 feeling stiff, and I get none of that. I have 500 miles on it now and the front seems to have settled a bit. I also havenít tested them much off pavement yet.

Day of install:


After settling (posing next to @Terra Firma with his Icon Stage II):


So far, I would highly suggest if youíre looking for a good ride, slight lift & level. You only need what comes in the kit, no diff drop or anything else.


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I'm having the kit installed on the 18th. Will take pre/post measurements and maybe pictures.
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Stop tempting me with lift kits lol is lifting with less then 200 miles on the Odometer a bad idea? Lol
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